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bouncers ejected all five people involved in the altercation, which spilled down knox road nearby. police say one of the non- student participants in the fight produced a folding knife and began stabbing people. some people were stabbed in the back at least one person was cut in the face according to a source familiar with the investigating. a blood trail runs for a full block and part way down, yale avenue. investigators say they there victims were intoxicated and that is harming the investigation. >> it puts law enforcement in a tricky situation when we can't even get good septembers from our victims. and it puts us -- it's a defense attorney's dream come true to have victims intoxicated who can't make good i.d.'s and can't recall the series of evens that led to the crime. >> reporter: luckily for
investigators, there are at least eight security and traffic tv cameras in this area. all of them recording. investigators who have seen this video say it's going to help them solve this crime and they have a suspect description published and not going to be hard. he's described as a slim, 6'2" hispanic male with a black mohaul hawk, and they hope to publish a picture this evening to get it on the media. now, the chief of police for the university of maryland college park police department is furious at the thirsty turtle because on previous occasions, he's sent underage students in there. they were permitted on the premises, even though it says 21 and older to get in and served alcohol. he said it's happened a couple of times and he's going to ask the liquor control board in prince georges county to shut down the bar forever. he's had it. the chief is angry and we'll
have more coming up. sean? >> thank you for that. another attempted burglary in fairfax county prompted police to go door-to-door warning neighbors and the latest happened this morning near hunter mill road and police found out about another attempted burglary. last week, they discovered two other attempts and a car in a nearby neighborhood. turning to another scathing report for metro. this time, the transit agency is take heat for problems with the escalators and elevators. you may remember this scene here, this happened over the summer. none of the escalators were working at the entrance when smoke filled the station, forcing the riders to climb to the top. it was creating a mess. roby chavez is live now from the dupont circle metro station with the details of the new report. tell us about it. >> reporter: this report was quietly released on metro's website. on friday, the full board will
get it on the thursday meeting. metro has 600 escalators and, on any given day, it's a stroke of luck whether or not they'll be working. 10% are out of service. now, this audit has revealed telling problems. as you mentioned, it was last july that smoke started pouring out of the dupont circle metro station. the scene caused passengers to breakthrough a barrier and climb up an escalator that was under repair. and last month, all the escalators and elevators were out and forced a shutdown and this everyone ternal report shows -- this internal report shows the following: unbalanced maintenance schedule and mechanics need more training and another key point, there is a shortage of supervisors to oversee repairs. according to this report, some of the immediate safety issues were taken care of as they were
found and we should report that metro said 11 newly-trained mechanics have graduated in september and will be on the job. metro said they started to hire the supervisors lacking and hopefully they will be on the job as well to oversee some problems. laura? >> and how extensive was the survey? what were some of the other specific things they found? >> what they is is -- did is look at the most problematic spots. woodley park and foggy bottom, they looked at 30 escalators and saw some 9 elevators and have one of the same recurring problems. as simple as. and to lubricate the chain to keep them rolling and that caused problems down the line. >> thank you very much. a major break in the case of a fairfax station man murdered in his home.
an officer responding to the call found the man's missing suv. matt ackland is following the latest developments from the newsroom for us. matt? >> reporter: if you recall right away, the police issued a be on the lookout for a gold lexus suv. that could be the links of solving the murder and tonight, they have the lexus and as we speak, they're searching it for evidence. it was a fairfax county police officer responding to a call along americana drive who spotted the vehicle late sunday night. this is a picture police released a few days ago. an suv looking like the one taken from the crime scene. >> and she ran the tag on it and discovered it was the car they were looking for. >> reporter: police are trying to figure out who drove the suv from the crime scene 10 miles away to where it was found in annandale. the 61-year-old was a well- known member of the korean community. he owns several businesses, including the car wash in
chantilly. police say family members returned home on thursday afternoon to find him dead and police say trauma to the upper body caused his death. and authorities were able to find the suv. security video could help them out. there are a lot of apartment complexes here and have security cameras. the lexus was towed away to a police garage and we're told highly-trained technicians are searching for any trace of evidence that may link officials to a suspect. >> basically they'll, you know, look at the car and try to get fingerprints off of the -- and examine the inside of it for evidence that might lead us to the suspect. >> reporter: tonight, police are still asking for help. as they search for clues inside that car. they want to speak to anyone who may have seen that car parked along americana drive. they want to know how long it had been there and if someone was seen parking the car or getting out. >> and we know an autopsy was performed in this case.
why hasn't an exact cause of death been announced? >> reporter: shawn, police are saying there was trauma to the upper body, but they went want -- don't want to reveal what type of trauma was inflicted. we're told that they're not releasing that information because it's crucial to solving this murder case. >> all right, matt ackland, thank you. >> uh-huh. the day care worker accused of sexually abusing a virginia child is back in fairfax county. police arrested him in new york as he was trying to get into canada, extra tighted -- extradited back to virginia on friday. he abused a 4-year-old at the mini land day care center on compton village drive in centreville. the following developing story out of california tonight. affecting our nation's military. a federal judge has issued a worldwide injunction stopping the enforcement of the military's don't-ask/don't-tell policy. the ruling ends the 17-year-old ban on openly-gay troops. the u.s. department of justice has 60 days to appeal now and we have no word on whether they plan to do that. if they don't, the ruling will
stand. today, they held a demonstration to show how speed can kill. look at the video. the car is going 25 miles per hour, the driver is able to stop on time avoiding hitting the pedestrian. watch what happens when the driver is going 35 miles an hour. the driver was not able to stop on time or severely injured or kill the pedestrian. >> everybody needs to slow down. i think we see it every day, the patient, frustrated drivers, the patients that can't wait for a walk signal on their cell phone and the cyclist not obeying the light and may not be wearing a helmet. >> three people died in separate pedestrian accidents the last week. a young girl was also hurt. and now to the latest on that amazing video we saw and showed you first on fox 5
yesterday. a d.c. police vehicle crashing into bumble bee from the transformers 3 movie and that was not part of the script. it prompted high-level safety reviews and karen gray houston has more. >> production trucks are still here and it will go on after dusk. yesterday, something went wrong. i spoke to hilton burden and he said it was a perfect storm of things gone wrong and which is why police did a complete review of the procedures and safety measures. mpd front and center still playing escort and assistant to the transformers 3 production crew. they're getting into place for a new round of filming in front of the capital. despite yesterday, shock
activists. that accident knocked bumble bee out of commission and raised questions about how a real life police car on an emergency run made it past the police perimeter around the movie set. and no surprise, though, the drama is drawing more fans. >> what? >> saw it in the news. you saw the crash in the news yesterday. it was like it's right here come. on! >> reporter: mpd issued a joint advisory of v-dot and the motion picture and television development that said following a review of safety procedures, the filming of transformers 3 will resume this evening with enhanced public safety measures and third and fourth streets will be closed off to traffic. those and other street closures and parking restriction previously announceed and will remain in place. it's obvious from the big lights and equipment that the mall will be transformed into a
movie set. a spokesman for d.c.'s office of motion picture said that the accident was unfortunate and josh friedman tells me no more driving scenes are planned and they wrapped that up yesterday. he said that the crash, he doesn't think, will have a long- term implications on filming in d.c. laura? >> and notice that was a canine unit police car. what about the condition of the dog inside? assuming there was a dog in there? jot dog, of course, you would be worried about the dog. as a matter of fact, we have pictures that we shot of the dog yesterday. the police officer is fine. they took him to the hospital. he was shaken up a bit and the stunt driver in the bumblebee car is also okay. >> okay. >> and i guess the good news is they're getting good publicity on this? either way. >> great publicity and that is going to be a good show, explosive show down here tonight and they going have the pyrotechnic, you know, they're used to big car crashes and explosions in a transformers movie and we're going to see
some of that. >> thank you very much. following breaking news right now and it was the top story. john what, new information do you have? apparently we're having audio trouble and we are not able to hear john. we understand this is a picture of one of the men police are looking for and we're going to stay in contact with john and get more information here again. four people were stabbed, we understand. three college students at the university of maryland and we believe that this is the picture of the man police are looking for. we want to check in with john and give you an update as soon as we get that. she is running for congress. tonight, incriminating pictures of virginia candidate crystal ball surfaced and turned into an internet sensation. don't mess hour one-on-one next. keep it here, fox 5 news at 5 is getting started.
and ehrlich voted to eliminate the department of education while serving in congress. but in the toughest of times, martin o'malley has made record investments in public schools, new school construction, and o'malley froze college tuition four years in a row. with martin o'malley, our children always come first. woman 1 sync: i knew what bob ehrlich did as governor. man 1 sync: raised my property taxes 60 percent. woman 2 sync: let utilities hike our rates 72 percent. woman 1 sync: but i didn't know what he's done since he got fired as governor. man 2: ehrlich's raked in millions. man 3: he worked for a wall street bank that took 10 billion dollars from the bailout. woman 3: 10 billion of our money. woman 4: our money. woman 5 sync: and he worked for another bank that collapsed. man 4: costing tax payers 17 million. anncr: tell bob ehrlich big banks don't need help. middle class marylanders do.
>> a virginia congressional candidate is defending herself tonight over some racy pictures. democratic candidate crystal ball from fredericksburg is angry over what she calls sexist, dirty tricks. will the pictures hurt her election bid? tom fitzgerald joins us. you spoke with the candidate today? >> reporter: virginia's first congressional district was not generating much attention but all of that changeed in a big
way. the democratic candidate whose real name is crystal ball, the political newcomer who has a controversy on her hands quickly turned her one of the most searched for women on the internet. her name may be crystal ball but she never expected the pictures to go public. >> it was awful. >> reporter: ball is the 28- year-old democratic candidates -- who said she learned a tough lesson. >> be careful what you do in front of a camera. >> at issue are the photos taken in 2004, showing the 22- year-old future candidate scantily clad in a santa hat posing with her ex-husband and another woman playing with the novelty sex toy and in other suggestive poses. >> we were at a private home going around, it was stupid, idiotic and moronic but it's not related to the congressional run now. >> reporter: the conservative
blog virginia verticon first leaked the pictures and crystal ball who is remarried and a mother said she's been embarrassed in a sexist smear campaign. >> and i became angry. this is what politics sunk to and that it's anything that you can drudge up from someone's past. anything you can do to destroy that person. >> reporter: a political newcomer, the 28-year-old was already struggling in an effort to defeat a republican incumbent. congressman rob whitman declined an interview but a spokesman said the republican had nothing to do with the pictures, condemned their posting and demanded they be taken down. >> at this point, all we're interested in is getting back to the campaign. >> reporter: as for crystal ball, she's hoping young people will look into their own futures and understand the pictures they take today could come back and haunt them in the future. >> there are a lot of good people who did stupid thing when is they were young and some were likely caught on
camera. >> reporter: it's unclear if this attention will hurt or helper this. -- her. she's trailing congressman whitman and with three weeks remaining until the election. >> i'm curious, even though she's trailing, if she loses the race, did you talk about what would be next? does she plan to continue with politics? >> you never meet a candidate before an election saying they're going to lose an election and she's been vocal on her core issue, education reform and speaking out at many area events and that she intends to continue doing that in or out of congress. >> however it ends up, she's sending the message out there. whatever you put out there, make sure you want it out there. and thank you. in three weeks, voters will cast a ballot in an election that could change the balance of power in congress.
democrats continue to sound optimistic saying they will remain the majority and a new poll says a different story. >> reporter: the white house will not back off the allegation of money. >> to take money from overseas and they're spending minutes -- millions. who is that momes -- money coming from and where? >> reporter: it surrounds a democratic national committee ad employing they're using illegal foreign contributions. >> that is incredible. >> reporter: president obama has made similar charges over the past week. >> this charge is completely false as we said repeatedly for a week, not one time. -- dime. >> reporter: the chamber is not required to reveal where that meany came from. >> they doing this because they think by talking about this, they can distract people from the fact that we lost 95,000 jobs last month. >> reporter: a new poll in five battleground states shows
president obama's disapproval rating is higher than his approval rating than in -- except in delaware. and in connecticut, linda mcmahon cut a 10-point deficit and is trailing by 6. sharon engle leads harry reid by go points and the campaign said it raised $13 million former president clinton is there to campaign for him. >> and they hosting a webcast town hall. the president is back on the road this weekend. in washington, craig bosswell, fox news. and fox 5 is following the races closely on air and online. click on our politics page. another absolutely gorgeous day outside. this is nice for the fall. >> picture-perfect, yeah? if you like the cold weather, though, which am all for, there
are some people complaining out, there would you believe? >> they're going to get their wish. >> there you go. >> and that is coming now. the cold front is moving through as we speak and today's numbers up into the lower 80s and 83 to 84 degrees and that is area wide. let me show you the temperatures right now and national, 80 degrees and 82 for dulles. we have pretty clear skies out there and clouds to the west and that is hiding rainfall. the rain is to the south of us and that looks like we'll have a beautiful day. the winds are picking up and that is going to be cooler as we get through the evening ours -- hours and there is a very, very sleet chance of a spotty thunderstorm between now and about 8:00 and that looks like the chance will be from the district to the south. as the front comes through, that brigs the drier and more
stable air and lessens the chance any of rain by 9 and 11:00 and temperatures falling into the lower 60s and we'll have 40s in the suburbs and cooler weather coming our way and some rain. the five-day forecast is coming up. >> thank you very much, gary. and in -- in the market for a condo? how does 70% off sound. a maryland builder is hoping to kick start sales by auctioning off luxury condos in annapolis at deep discounts. 30 units at annapolis town center will be up for grabs next month. the opening bids for a one- bedroom will start at 150,000 the original price? 425,000. could this be the key to helping a paralyzed man walk again. >> doctors make a breakthrough and not everyone is on board. we're going to take you inside the controversy next. s
>> we're continueing to follow developing news. four people stabbed outside of a popular bar near the university of maryland. police released this surveillance picture and investigators are calling the man sign here a suspect in this case. our john henrehan is working the story and we'll bring you the latest coming up on the news edge at 6. and research is a controversial topic. tonight, doctors are excited over a experimental treatment in georgia. are stem cells the key to helping a paralyzed man from walking again. >> reporter: scientists are using human embryonic stem cells on a person. medical experts say it could be a breakthrough. >> we have to remember with all the hype and wolf around stem cells, it's all prelamb narrow but a scientific step in the right direction. >> reporter: an experiment that is believed to be the first of its kind. a patient at this center was
partially paralyzed. >> they have taken the stem cells and convinced them to become nerve repair cells, known as alongrodendro sites -- cites. they clean up and repair keeping the nerves healthy. >> reporter: the experts are basing this on previous research done on rats. this trial uses stem cells from embryos left over from in vitro fertilization attempt. >> there is a lot of excitement this started to work. >> reporter: allison seymour, fox 5 news. >> the lawyers are battling over whether the federal funds should pay for this research and the fight is making its way through the courts. the experiment in georgia relies on private funding and is moving forward. the man accused of opening fire and killing 13 people faces a judge. >> is there enough evidence for the trial to move forward? we have the courtroom play by play coming up next. also ahead, developing right now. the 33 miners stuck underground and are less than an hour from
>> they have been trapped underground for more than two months and they could be hours away from being rescued. tonight, all eyes are on the mine shaft in chile, the rescue capsule is ready, the escape tunnel is secure and the first of the 33 men could be pulled out by tonight. foxs adam housley tells us it's operation. the very heavy risk. >> reporter: crews are hours from launching -- with 33 trapped men inside a collapsed mine. officials say they're moving forward cautiously. >> and the record. -- . >> with the risk? >> and accidents can happen. -- the profit. we have to -- all of these things. >> reporter: drillers reached them sooner than anticipated and the rescue cage made
several successful dry runs into the mine. one expert said that transporting the men still carries major risk. >> i think the most difficult part is just to wait to get there and not the unknown more than anything is not knowing every time the cage goes up and down, whether or not it's going to be -- >> below the miners are gearing up and wearing compression clothing to prevent blood clots and wearing special sunglasses to preprotect there are eyes. >> the ones with more knowledge of means will come out first. they will know how to manage the situation and will give us critical information about the tunnel and will be able to help us if necessary. >> reporter: inside, there is a camera mounted so the reese you -- and the miner comes to the surface. they can communicate with those above and all that is taking
place as the eyes of the world watch this unprecedented rescue n. chile, adam housley, fox news. >> reporter: the man accused of opening fire on the fort hood army base in texas last november was back in court today. the pretrial hearing hit a snag. army major nad al hassan is charged with 32 counts of murder and the -- 13 counts of murder and 32 counsels of premeditated murder. the defense is asking that the hearing be delayed until november 8th and won't say why publicly. >> investigating officer gave the defense until midnight tonight to file a brief in support of its motion for continuance. >> when the pretrial hearing begins, first responders and all 32 surviving victims are expected to testify. a somber ceremony in virginia on the anniversary of the uss cole attack in yemen. 10 years ago today, 17 sailors were killed when al qaeda terrorists drove a boat full of
explosives into that ship. the blast blew a hole and engineers repaired it outfitting it below and current and former cole crew members join the victims and families in norfolk for the memorial today. terrorism and crime are contributing to a sweeping anti- immigrationent is -- anti- immigration sentiment. there is a huge push to push out so-called gypsies, a specific group of people indy -- immigrating from eastern europe. they're preparing to kick them up. the director of the international archives program at the holocaust museum joins us for a perspective. >> thank you for being here. france, milan, rome have all declared a gypsy emergency, bull dozing hundreds of settlement camps and kicking out thousands of gypsies. what do you draw from what is going on today to what happened during the holocaust? >> compared to the holocaust, they're difficult to make and
because it was an unprecedented horror story. whoever visited or will visit -- the holocaust memorial museum will see that besides the jews, 220,000, at least 220,000igenceys as they're called today -- 200,000 gypsys were destroyed or killed by the nazis all over europe. today, we're witnessing migrational flow. gypsies from the eastern europe, eastern and central europe from the poorer areas of europe to the richard -- richer area and part of them are expelled because they live in illegal settlements and lead me remind you, a viewer, that these people are europeans who
live there for generations. >> the voice mayor said one of the reasons is because of the crime rate and the problems going on. the mayor is quoted as saying they're dark-skinned people and not europeans. you said they are. does it stun you or frighten you to hear this sort of tolerance exists? >> it'sy -- it's as you suggested and this is a racy statement. one shouldn't target or -- based on the color of their skin and that is an ignorance statement. in fact -- in fact, they can return the next day to these places because they have the freedom to travel with their i.d.'s all over europe. >> and what is that bigger picture here? do you think overall the world is forgetting to save the lessons we learned from the holocaust? >> some people forget. some people don't learn and
that is why all museums exist and what is important here is to look at the roots of the problem. whether they historical or economics. >> all right, thank you very much for joining us and giving us your perspective. thanks for coming in. >> thank you. the wife of a noble peace prize winner is speaking out tonight about the political prisoner. it's mostly confined to the couple's beijing department and no one's allowed to expressway. -- why. she gave a rare telephone interview to "the associated press" and told them that police go with her to visit the mother or to buy groceries. she was recently allowed a brief meeting with the husband serving 11 years in the chinese prison for writing a manifesto in support of political reform. he was notified of the award on friday. china sees the award as an attack and claiming the noble committee wants to force the country to change its legal
system. deepwater drilling is in business in the gulf of mexico and the white house -- the bp oil spill. they will have to meet a broad set of a new requirement. and the government said that it could be a few more weeks before drilling operations begin because it will take that long to approve permits. apple is constantly promising a change to change the new way you live with new technology. >> and one tech toy is about to get easier to find. don't miss what will be selling pretty soon at wal-mart coming up next.
woman 1 sync: i knew what bob ehrlich did as governor. man 1 sync: raised my property taxes 60 percent. woman 2 sync: let utilities hike our rates 72 percent. woman 1 sync: but i didn't know what he's done since he got fired as governor. man 2: ehrlich's raked in millions. man 3: he worked for a wall street bank that took 10 billion dollars from the bailout. woman 3: 10 billion of our money. woman 4: our money. woman 5 sync: and he worked for another bank that collapsed. man 4: costing tax payers 17 million.
anncr: tell bob ehrlich big banks don't need help. middle class marylanders do. >> how about this one? it will be easier to get your hands on the ipad thanks to wal- mart. the world's biggest retailer said it will start selling apple's popular tablet compute or friday. the. >> joy pad is on sale at target and best buy.
wal-mart said that it will be available by 2300 stores by the height of the shopping season in mid-november. you probably remember this scene, april 2007, a huge fire ripped through the georgetown public library. the damage so bad that the historic building was gutted and now it's set to reopen. the library is back up and running on monday with some new services and better access to americans with disabilities, a new outdoor reading terrace and book hill park and a new children's room. >> pretty school. and if you're a fan of the warmer weather, this week is for you. >> and don't get too comfortable. changes are coming and gary is talking a temperature drop just ahead. >> so, ah, your seat good? got the mirrors all adjusted? you can see everything ok? just stay off the freeways, all right? i don't want you going out on those yet. and leave your phone in your purse, i don't want you texting.
>> daddy... ok! ok, here you go. be careful. >> thanks dad. >> and call me--but not while you're driving. we knew this day was coming. that's why we bought a subaru. equals chili's $20 dinner for two. share one of five appetizers, like our famous texas cheese fries. then choose two freshly prepared entrees
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a texas chef has whipped up a dish that some may call the best of both worlds, deep fried beer. it's won an award and is getting mixed reviews as i might imagine and here's more on the story. >> reporter: are you hungry? think some fried beer might hit the spot? >> it's not good. [ laughter ] >> nichis woman spit it back out. >> it's definitely different and i didn't know what to expect. >> reporter: it's a twist on a food that is usually frothy and looks like ravioli. >> and it's with liquid beer inside. >> goes into the middle and the deep fryer. >> reporter: it's warm. -- . >> it's warm. when you go into it, it gushes out stale beer. so, i won't try it again. >> texans are serving up their
usual round of the fried food. the fried beer was the winner. >> and if i was a cheese, it's so good. >> and that doughiness, the coldness, the -- doyness and the coldness and squirt. i like it. >> reporter: maybe hungry fairgoers should stick with a classic, the corn dog. >> we're going to keep the original recipe. >> reporter: something like that mary ann rapheerty, fox news. >> and -- >> what are they thinking? >> and that is fried food and money. >> yeah. >> and i can talk bad about them. i'm from there. >> yeah, he's from texas. >> hide your kid, man.
>> and and what about vegetable? >> fried cue view keeny with frank dressing. >> ranch? ranch on everything. >> and come to northwest. >> to the northeast? >> and to atlanta. >> i want to know about the winter outlook. >> exactly. >> the northwest, not the northeast. >> thank you. >> and i haven't looked at this. i think we're going to be average. no 27 inches of snow and pretty good out, there 83 the high record. not a record at national but tied a record at dulles set back in 1995ic and say goodbye to the 80s for awhile and that is 60s, pretty much what, we're headed for and we haven't seen anything with the front coming
through. that is on top and the wins have switched around to the northwest. drier air and more stable air is coming in and any chance of a thunderstorm this evening is south of the city and we may have a little, i got 3% chance and that is it. looks like this front is not kicking off anything and informs in the. iss and lower 60s at 11:00 and upper 50s in the suburbs and wins are 5 to 15 and 73 for gaithersburg and that is getting cooler upstream. upper 70s for baltimore and sitting at 80 degrees earlier. fredericksburg in the mid-80s and that coold into the lower 80s and to the west, you can see clouds and showers and we're high and dry here and that looks the way we're going to stay and we may see this to the south of us. we'll so a cloud or two late
tomorrow afternoon from this and that looks like it's stay willing to the south of us. our chance of rain is not from this. our chance of rain is something coming into the plains tonight and tomorrow and thursday and looks like a good chance of showers, too. tomorrow morning, sunny and 54. mostly sunny at noon, looks like a gorgeous fall day and a few high clouds and thicker to the south and in this city, we'll see a few and man a couple of mid-level clouds. high temperatures tomorrow into the upper 60s and dry for us. and watch what happens as we take future cast into tomorrow night and an increase in clouds and showing showers as early as thursday morning and that looks like tomorrow is dry, thursday evening's commute is wet and this is quickly moving through and probably still have some
lingerring showers here thursday evening at 5:00 and that really blossoms into a line of stronger showers, maybe even some thunderstorms. once it gets to i-95 and that is stronger to the east and colder air behind the system and by friday, believe it or not, we could begin to see the first snowflakes way up into the upper elevations to the west and to the northwest and i don't think it's going too tobe go too cold or cold enough to stick and there could be no out there. the real cold air comes in and look at thursday, 62 with some sunshine on friday. 64 and the weekend is beautiful and fall leak, temperatures in the 60s, goodbye 80s. >> awesome, perfect, though. >> kind of nice. >> yeah. >> and beautiful. beautiful. >> thank you, gary. >> okay. a prisoner, a president and god. the american film institute is
honoring actor morgan freeman. they will award him with a lifetime achievement award. he won for his work in "million dollar baby" and won for driving miss daisy. and to the talk of the town. courtney cox and david arquette called it quits and arquette is saying why. what happened to the longtime hollywood couple? >> it's interesting. david arquette called up howard stern and spilled all the news and said look, we have been having issues, we decided to separate a couple of months ago and we were unattached, able to do our own thing. it was mutual and he even admitted to having a sexual relationship with another woman in that time period saying courtney was fine with me doing whatever i needed to do and he was very honest. he said that courtney is still the love of his life issue she the most amazing woman out there and he hopes that maybe they can get back together and
for the sake of the kid, i'm worried about it, because, obviously, he admitted to having sex with another woman but, nevertheless, i have seen strangeer things happen in hollywood? >> it's a hollywood couple. and lindsay lohan's mom warned years ago that lindsay was out of control. who sounded the alarm there? >> reporter: when lindsay moved out to california when she was young, she had a body guard flash cult following her around and had a stalker. the cop called deana lohan saying she's out of control and partying daily, i'm worried she's going to start drinking and driving and you need to take control. and none of the calls were concerned, she didn't care about the situation and he said i think this is part of her fall. we reached out to her people and she said if they thought it was a big deal, they should have stopped by the house. >> wow, i will let that speak for itself.
at home, a northern virginia high school is in the running for best show choir in the nation. ♪ ♪ the age of aquarius. >> this is chantilly high's touch of class and they among the 10 show choirs picked out of 1,000 entries. this is video from last fall when we featured the group. the top spot will go to the group that gets the most votes and two members of the fox hit show glow will announce the win or tv tomorrow and you can vote by going to www.myfoxdc.com and